Howard Malpass, MA, MAC, LPCS, LPC
I have been married for 41 years, have 2 children, & 3 grandchildren.
I graduated from Webster University in 1999 with my MA in Counseling.
I retired from the US Navy in 1995, where I got my start in counseling as a Substance Abuse Counselor in 1991.
I have worked as a Clinical Addictions Counselor, Life Skills Counselor, Marriage and Family Counselor, and I have also led men’s groups for dealing with sexual addiction.
In 2003, I began working at Rubicon Family Counseling.
In 2008, I assumed the role of Clinical Supervisor, providing clinical supervision for in-process clinicians (for certification and licensure) and, at times, Master’s Level Interns.
In 2012, I joined 30+ other AOD professionals to form the initial training cohort involved with learning Modified Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy (developed by Jeff and Becky Georgi) and the Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual-Experiential Model (BPSSEM), which led to my being accepted in the BPSSEM Leadership Academy in February 2016, to assist in developing a curriculum for training clinicians across South Carolina, as well as student workbooks to use with clients in the addictions field. I am also a coder/coach for training counselors who are presently involved in the BPSSEM staff development project.
I contract privately with LPC Interns and LPC Supervisor Candidates to supervise them in their process for licensure.
I enjoy participating in a host of hobbies, including snow skiing, playing strategy board games, fishing, white water rafting, and paintball, to name a few.
My favorite college team is the Clemson Tigers and my favorite NFL team is the Carolina Panthers.